Activists likely to stage weekly protests in Belgrade through at least early November 

by Cristian Florescu

It is highly probable that activists will engage in weekly demonstrations in Belgrade, Serbia, until at least the beginning of November. Such protests are anticipated to result in heightened security measures and disruptions in transportation.

It is expected that activists associated with the Serbia Against Violence movement will continue their ongoing series of protests until at least early November. Following several months of widespread protests, activists have now concentrated their demonstrations primarily in Belgrade, specifically on Saturday evenings. The organizers have confirmed that the upcoming protest will commence at 18:00 on October 28th, with participants marching from the National Assembly of Serbia on Nikola Pasic Square to the Radio Television of Serbia (RTS) building on Takovska Street. Although there have been no announcements regarding protests in other locations during the weekend of October 27th-29th, it is possible that smaller protests led by local organizers may occur throughout the country.

It is expected that the authorities will enhance the presence of law enforcement personnel in close proximity to the sites of rallies and along the routes of marches. In areas affected by protest activities, localized transportation disruptions, such as the closure of roads, are anticipated. While it is uncommon for these gatherings to witness substantial acts of violence, the possibility of isolated confrontations cannot be entirely dismissed.

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